Discover the Bewitching Trimwork in Harry Potter

November 29, 2017
by The Finished Space

On November 16, 2001, British novelist J.K Rowling introduced the muggle world to one of magic and wizardry. With characters that we can relate to and a storyline that keeps you enchanted, the on-screen introduction of Harry Potter marked the beginning of an era that has captured the hearts of many.

In commemoration of J.K Rowling’s novels turned into the commercially successful movie series, take a look at some of these bewitching spaces found in the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry!

Opulent and regal interior doors leading the characters into Hogwarts' Great Hall.

Source: Warner Bros.

This is the entrance to the Great Hall, which is the school’s primary gathering area. The interior doors‘ complex panel patterns and golden palette offer opulence and regalness that is sure to inspire anyone to feel a little royal!

A stairway leading its students to their dorms in Hogwarts.

Source: Warner Bros.

Here, is the magical moving stairway that takes students to their respective dormitories. The stunning carved stone trimwork exudes much grandeur and allure, just take that grand entryway as an example! If you want a luxe look but don’t have the time or the capability to carve beautiful designs into stone, then take a look at our Then & Now Finishing Collections!

Harry Potter and the magical team learns their first basics of wizardry and witchcraft.

Source: Warner Bros.

Harry Potter and his friends are captured learning the basics of wizardry and witchcraft in this historical looking classroom. Although your eyes may be drawn to the professor who is an unworldly being, ours were drawn to the high raised wainscot wall treatment! We love how the wainscot adds visual interest and character to the space, not that Hogwarts isn’t already overflowing with different personalities already!

We hope you’ve enjoyed these spaces found in the movies as much as we did! Let us know down below in the comments, or through Twitter, what your thoughts are on the interior finishings found in the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry!